Question about Sony Handycam DCR-TRV250 Digital Camcorder

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I am trying to transfer from the Handyman VCR to my pc; I've plugged the USB line into both and no response. Thanks

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  • lorrieandmar May 29, 2011

    Clarification? The camcorder says "USB Streaming" on it. Does this ONLY refer to transfering photos to the pc via USB cable? And, to transfer video one has to obtain a IEEE firewire cable and be sure the pc accepts firewire? If so, can one download the software via the web? Thanks!



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Hello there,
If you have Windows XP, you need this driver, . At first, you transfer only photos from memory card BY USB, if you want transfer video to your PC you need fireware cable, and fireware IN on your PC. If you have all of these, you need software, such as Sony Vegas (they probably gave it to you with camera) or Ulead Video Studio, for transfer.
Sincerelly, Steve TM

Posted on May 28, 2011

  • Anonymous May 29, 2011

    Try with this software Picture Motion Browser :
    Try to stream video BY USB with this software, but I think it's only for pictures, and short videos from memory card. But give a try, it doesn't cost :)
    I hope I was helpfull.



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